Saturday, 4 January 2014

New trend for detached homes for island wildlife

Detached homes for owls and bats are becoming increasingly popular, says an Anglesey-based designer.

Conservationists welcome the new trend as they say anything that limits human contact is better.

It is a legal requirement to protect bio-diversity whilst developing a site and in the past that often meant shoe-horning something into the design.

Wildlife Trust Wales said saving habitats is important as it could ensure a species' survival.

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